ABOUT MACA 2017-10-17T10:44:03+00:00

2015-16 Annual report

MACA is a non-profit local arts agency serving Monroe County and the surrounding counties of East Tennessee. In addition to offering a variety of different professional programs as a part of an annual performing season, MACA works with area schools, churches and civic organizations to provide arts education programs, artist residencies and more. MACA is a 501c(3) organization.

The Mission Statement of the Monroe Area Council for the Arts, chartered in 1995, is as follows: “The corporation shall have as its purpose the coordination, communication, promotion and development of cultural activities in the Monroe  and surrounding areas, with emphasis on efforts to reach underserved populations and to support indigenous arts, artists and resources.”

Throughout its history, MACA has fulfilled its mission with support from National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), South Arts (SA), Tennessee Arts Commission (TAC) and East Tennessee Foundation (ETF), and many individual and corporate donors.


Provide showcase programs and events promoting the arts in our community.
Add to the economic quality of life in our community by bringing arts events to our community.
Enhance the education of area children, providing them the same opportunities as those in larger and different communities.
Help be a part of the community effort to make our lives more well-rounded.


President: Jim Cheek

Vice-President: Kim Frank

Secretary: Katherine Frank

Treasurer: Adam Reynolds

Executive Director: Alan Jackson Ph.D.

Past President: Cathy Weist

Administrative Assistant: Rebecca Inman

Honorary Member: Patsy Carson

Alicia Fugitt

Barbara Poulsen

Doug Mason

Dustin Atkins

Dr. Hugh McCampbell

Frank McKenzie

Jim Williams

Joan Mulliner

Mia Sage Lowry Beason

Marty McCampbell